SurfRemesh software can remesh a polygonal surface with Delaunay triangles that have bounded aspect ratio. It maintains the topology and approximates the geometry of the original surface. It works on the principle of Delaunay refinement that finds points on the given surface till the topology and geometry are not recovered and then mesh them with Delaunay triangles restricted to the surface. The assumption about the input surface is that it actually approximates a smooth surface both point-wise and normal-wise. This means if the given polygonal surface has a very sharp edge (dihedral angle less than 90 degrees), the algorithm may not work.The software is based on recent results described in the paper given below.
Codes are available for Solaris, Linux, and
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T. K. Dey, G. Li and T. Ray.
surface remeshing with Delaunay refinement. Proc. 14th Internat.
Mehsing Roundtable (2005), 343--361.
S.-W. Cheng, T. K. Dey, E.
A. Ramos and T. Ray. Sampling
and meshing a surface with guaranteed topology and geometry. Proc.
20th Annu. Sympos. Comput. Geom. (2004), 280--289.
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